Sunday’s game for the San Diego Chargers against hated AFC West rival Oakland is essentially a “must-win” game if the Bolts are to remain in the hunt for the division crown or a wild card spot come the end of December.
The Dallas Cowboys have one of the best offenses in the NFL and an improved defense, but injuries have held them back from reaching their full potential in the 2014 NFL season.
Turnovers will again be key, for both teams. Miami and Buffalo are tied for second in the NFL with 19 takeaways.
The Dallas Cowboys have reactivated Josh Brent after the player served a 10-game suspension for an alcohol related accident that took the life of his friend Jerry Brown.
After dropping their season-opener 18-17 to the now 8-1 Arizona Cardinals, the Bolts reeled off five straight victories, even holding the lead in the AFC West for a time. Now, however, the Chargers (5-4) sit in third place in the division, with a pair of hot teams in front of them, respectively Denver (7-2) and Kansas City (6-3).
DeMarco Murray ran for 100 yards against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 10, and became the first Dallas Cowboys running back since 1999 to have nine 100-yard games in a season.
With the Chargers (5-4) currently in the midst of a three-game slump, here is a look at the remaining seven games and who is likely to be favored going into each of them:
Tony Romo returned for the Dallas Cowboys vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game in London and helped lead the Cowboys to a big win.
The Cleveland Browns are tied for first in the AFC North. The perennial doormat of the division dominated its intra-division, intra-state rivalry with the Cincinnati Bengals last night, scoring first and never trailing en route to a 24-3 victory.
I went 2-3 last week. Let’s break down my NFL Week 10 JB Locks against the spread.